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Motorcycle Awards: Only 4 more weeks to go!

Only 4 more weeks to go!

The glamorous 2008 New Zealand Motorcycle Awards are fast-approaching and the host, NZ Motorcycle Trader & News, is pulling out all the stops to ensure Saturday 29 November, 2008, at the Rendezvous Hotel is a night to remember.

The spectacular awards show will celebrate the highlights and mark the achievements of the most outstanding contributors to motorcycle sport and industry for 2007/2008. Past winners include World Champion Katherine Prumm, NZ Superbike stalwart Andrew Stroud, New Zealand race icon and Hall of Fame legends Rod Coleman and Graeme Crosby.

In addition to acknowledging sporting and industry achievements, there will also be a famous guest speaker and New Zealand’s hottest musical talent performing live.

Motorcycle Trader and News Deputy Editor, Shane Solomon commented, “New Zealand has many more motorcycling world champions and leading-edge innovators than we realise. It’s important as New Zealanders to celebrate our best and brightest, and the glittering 2008 awards event will do just that. It will also be a hell of a good time.”

It is not too late to purchase tickets to the Awards evening, which are selling for a special corporate rate of $130. Visit for more information.


About NZ Motorcycle Trader and News

NZ Motorcycle Trader and News is New Zealand’s biggest selling bike magazine. The magazine has been in the marketplace for ten years and has successfully retained the traditional Trader concept, while developing and expanding as a quality consumer title. All aspects of motorcycling are featured, including road racing, classic bikes, motocross and all off-road activity, making NZ Motorcycle Trader and News and the perfect showcase.

About ACP Media

ACP Media is New Zealand’s leading magazine publisher. The company’s ACP Magazines division publishes some of the country’s most popular magazines, including Woman’s Day, The Australian Women’s Weekly, Next, Taste, Metro and North & South. ACP Media’s Trader Group includes Deals On Wheels, Motorcycle Trader and News, Farm Trader, Motorhomes, Caravans & Destinations and Trade-A-Boat. ACP Media’s Property Magazines division publishes Property Press. ACP Media operates a national distribution network through its division Netlink Distribution Company, which distributes publications to retailers across the country. ACP Digital includes a number of websites including,, and ACP Media is a subsidiary of ACP Magazines Limited in Australia, a division of PBL Media Limited.

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